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post #351 of 1929
Just got mine in, replaced a deathadder black edition. I really like it so far.

I bought it along with the Corsair MM400 mousepad, but I'm having horrendous tracking issues. Anyone have a suggestion for a good hard mousepad to go with this mouse?
post #352 of 1929
I got a razer destructor 2 to match the avior...let see how it behaves.
post #353 of 1929
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Originally Posted by c0dy View Post

This mouse is a ******* beast haha


Sensor performance is top notch, without questions.
But that's what you should actually expect when buying any gaming mouse wink.gif
post #354 of 1929
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Originally Posted by c0dy View Post

This mouse is a ******* beast haha


LOL. yeah, i can't even move my arm that fast I don't think HAHA
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Originally Posted by GamerPT View Post

Damnnn you guys xD mine just arrives monday :/ im so excited to get it all i do is read these good things about it.
Mionix must thank to metal571 because i got this mouse because of him xD btw is it ok to install this beta firmware?

haha, they are a great company. Definitely okay to use the beta firmware. I've been using it for weeks and the mouse hasn't had the slightest issue. I also indicated that in the updated OP.
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci View Post

Just got mine in, replaced a deathadder black edition. I really like it so far.

I bought it along with the Corsair MM400 mousepad, but I'm having horrendous tracking issues. Anyone have a suggestion for a good hard mousepad to go with this mouse?

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Originally Posted by GamerPT View Post

I got a razer destructor 2 to match the avior...let see how it behaves.

That's probably the only downfall of the mouse...it is extremely picky about surfaces, even among some cloth pads at times. I would use it with a cloth pad. After all, how else are you going to reach 6 m/s on a smaller hard mat, right? wink.gif
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post #355 of 1929
Bah was tempted to buy the NAos 7000.
On sale now for 29 euro or so biggrin.gif

But had to restrain myself because I would never use it biggrin.gif

But bargains are hard to pass by!
post #356 of 1929
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Bah was tempted to buy the NAos 7000.
On sale now for 29 euro or so biggrin.gif

But had to restrain myself because I would never use it biggrin.gif

But bargains are hard to pass by!

Where?
post #357 of 1929
Got mine yesterday. I really like it but it does feel a little heavy to me and the side buttons on the opposite hand get in the way at times for my grip style. The sensor seems very good and the build quality is amazingly good. I think I've gotten spoiled by the rival's rubber side grips though, it didn't feel quite as easy to lift and move to me, which is probably why it felt a little heavy. It's definitely a winner. It's really great having an ambi mouse with a great sensor and programmable dpi/buttons. It's like they're reading this forum wink.gif

Mionx products are a little harder to find but worth seeking out. Their quality is amazing.
post #358 of 1929
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Originally Posted by Nivity View Post

Bah was tempted to buy the NAos 7000.
On sale now for 29 euro or so biggrin.gif

But had to restrain myself because I would never use it biggrin.gif

But bargains are hard to pass by!

Where?

http://cdon.se/hemelektronik/mionix/mionix-naos-7000-p26736347

Free delievery.
And if you can get a hold of a coupon code it will get lower biggrin.gif

I got 1 100SEK coupon for use so could get it for 199SEK if I wanted biggrin.gif
post #359 of 1929
woah, holy ****. instant buy, thank you!
post #360 of 1929
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Out of curiosity what settings are you using with the avior 7000?

All default, right buttons disabled, no software, and 800dpi.
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